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Collaboration Between Temporary Relocation Initiatives

Item #: 7074
Writer:
Nathalie van Schagen

Collaboration Between Temporary Relocation Initiatives

Potentials, Challenges and Next Steps
Editor:
Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen
1. edit. – Stuttgart , 2020. – 66 p.
ISBN: 978-3-948205-20-1
– (ifa Edition Culture and Foreign Policy, MRI Publications)
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More systematic collaboration between temporary international relocation initiatives is necessary to guarantee that persecuted civil society actors will be provided with protective relocation in the safest and most effective way.

This study identifies conditions and next steps for a more formal and structural collaboration of existing and developing initiatives. It addresses questions of case referral systems, data protection and security standards, knowledge exchange and joint monitoring on safe return, inter alia.


DOI: https://doi.org/10.17901/AKBP1.08.2020

Nathalie van Schagen is a human rights scholar and co-founder of The Hague Peace Projects.

In the past she worked, inter alia, as a Programme Manager for the African Diaspora Policy Centre and as a Programme Manager/Policy Officer Peace & Reconciliation for Justice and Peace Nederland in The Hague as well as the Regional Representative of Microjustice4All in Nairobi.

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